leopard / panther

豹 character breakdown

spoon / ladle / CL:把[ba3] / abbr. for 公勺[gong1 shao2], centiliter (unit of volume)

= + : Mnemonic symbol: as 勺 should not be confused with 匕 (ladle), the mnemonic symbol for 勺 is a small silver spoon.

Sherlock Holmes (sh) feeds an elephant (勹) medicine in the aorta's kitchen (ao2). The medicine looks like a petal leaf (丶), and Sherlock Holmes uses a small silver spoon (勺) to feed it to the elephant.
worm-like invertebrate / mythical animal (see 獬豸[xie4 zhi4]) / radical in Chinese characters (Kangxi radical 153)

= 丿 + + : Mnemonic symbol: a bug. James II of England (zh) wakes up in the space station's bathroom (Ø4) and finds that he changed into a bug overnight. Looking for food he finds a banana (丿) and starts eating it, but soon he is discovered and going to be smashed by a crowbar (亅). He can only defend himself by holding a petal leave (丶) over his head.

Characters with 豹 as component

豹 is not used as a component in another character.

Words with 豹

seal (zoology)
Jaguar (car brand)
lit. to see a leopard through a narrow tube (idiom); fig. to miss the big picture
spotted seal (Phoca largha)
to eat bear heart and leopard gall (idiom) / to pluck up some courage
the full picture (i.e. the whole situation) / panorama
Phocidae, family within Carnivora including seal
Yu Wenbao (lived around 1240), prolific Song dynasty poet
lit. to see one spot on a leopard / fig. a restricted view

Sentences with 豹

豹 currently does not appear in any sentence.